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    Posted 11 years ago

    potrero
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    Apparently this is an ultra common machine - not worth anything, but I don't care. I bought it because it makes great sounds, has a good action, and looked to me like the type of machine issued en masse to newsroom reporters everywhere. Sort of the Dell of its day. Get me re-write!

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    1. Gary soulia, 10 years ago
      Ihave a woodstock typewriter in excelent condition.would like to know the value of this typewriter. thank you
    2. John Richard, 10 years ago
      First, Woodstock typewriters are not 'ultra common'. They were around in their day but not in nearly the numbers of the big four: Remington, Underwood, Royal, and L.C. Smith. They were excellent machines, though. They sold in the 40's, I think to Remington. Still, not worth a whole lot of money, you've got a late one, and if it types well, that's what makes it a keeper!

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